Science - Gr. 2.E - Small crawling and flying animals
Children's literature connecting to Alberta Education science curriculum. Overview from Alberta Education:Students learn about the structure and life habits of animals by studying small animals that live in their own community. By investigating outdoor spaces in and around the school and their homes, students discover a wide range of animals that find shelter and food within the local area. In studying these animals, they learn about where animals live, what they eat, what they are eaten by...
'Flying Flowers' is a collection of images of butterflies by renowned nature photographer Rick Sammon. Using digital photography, he offers us a new view of these delicate insects in their natural habitat, during all stages of life - emerging from the cocoon, taking flight, migrating in mass, or perched on a flower. Coffee table book. All ages.
Luna Moths: Masters of Change (Insect World) by Sandra Markle
Power offers a unique, truly birds-eye view of the wonders of pollination at work. In stunning full-color images, employing the latest photographic techniques, esteemed photographer Heather Angel has captures the intimate interactions of plants with their floral pollinators.